Yacht: Victory Chimes

July 23, 2009 by Octopus
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Builder: Phillips
Material: pine and oak frames
LOA: 51.7 m (169.6')
Draft: 2.29 m (7.5')
Beam: 7 m (24')
Year: 1900
Guests: 43
Crew: 9
Country Built: United States
Naval Architect: John MC Moore
Yacht Class: Sailing
Flag: United States


Sailing Yacht Victory Chimes

Sailing Yacht Victory Chimes (image above) is a 51.7m (169.6 feet) luxury yacht being built in 1900 by Phillips in the USA. She was once called Edwin & Maud; Victory Chimes; The Domino Effect. John MC Moore drew up the naval architecture. The material pine and oak frames was used to fabricate the superyacht hull. Her ship has a maximum beam in metres around 7.25 (23.8 feet) in length and a depth that in metres is 2.29 (7.5 ft). Structurally wood was used with the fabrication of the superstructure.

Victory Chimes Performance + Other Specifications

Victory Chimes Accommodation
Victory Chimes has sleeping accommodations for a capacity of 43 guests of the owner. The yacht is also has the ability to be accommodating up to 9 crewmembers onboard to help create her relaxed luxury yacht vacation atmosphere.

More Info For The Sailing Yacht
She is flagged in United States. Victory Chimes could be described as a triple masted schooner.

Victory Chimes Yacht Charters
Contact a specialist independent yacht charter broker for details with respect to having a charter holiday on Victory Chimes, or for finding out if she is offered for yacht charters. If you are interested, contact a yacht sales broker to investigate if Victory Chimes could be currently for sale to purchase and her listing price.

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